A local business is tapping into a new building. Council unanimously approved a change to the Class P liquor license for Solemn Oath Brewery.
For the past year, they have been serving up craft beers on Quincy Avenue, and they are already running out of space.
The license change will allow them to expand into the 3,000-square- foot building next door, take over a unit across the parking lot, and eventually build out their taproom.
"We hit the market last May, and we've been running at capacity since about three weeks in. We needed to take some extra steps to allow us to continue to grow and we try and project out as far as we can to see what we're going to need a year, two years down the road," said John Barley, President of Solemn Oath Brewery.
Solemn Oath is also planning two parties later this year, celebrating craft beers.
"We're going to highlight the release of a very special beer in bottles that will only be for sale that day and we're going to have a big party around it," said Paul Schneider, Brewer at Solemn Oath.
Exact dates are not set for the special events yet, but are planning for the fall. They want to do special events like these twice a year.